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I have a bunch of different hardcover original law books for sale... 1974 sopinka and lederman the law of evidence in civil cases, 1971 iternational law cases and materials third edition, 1964 an interdiction to the history of land law, 1964 civil liberties in Canada, 1978 estate and tax planning a practitioners guide, 1967 legal theory fifth edition, 1957 modern company law second edition, 1960 the law of agency, 1962 personal property third edition,1959 Canadian Co operative law, 1977 mercer handbook of Canadian pension and welfare plans, 1972 evidence third edition just to name a few if anyone's interested please contact me to discuss prices of individual or package deals..

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These are likely only of interest to a collector or decorator, as they probably aren't of much practical use given their age. If you don't find any legal buyers, try selling them to a pub. I've been to a few pubs that had a bunch of legal textbooks and reporters on bookshelves along with the usual bric-a-brac.

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